The DNS + domain I have is AD Integrated, when I create a subdomain the icon shown in the DNS manager is quite weird and not as expected. Please see the image below “test”. It should look like “site”. In addition, if I manually create the sub domain, say in this example “site” and I attempt to create a a record under it e.g. “www.site.domain.com” no error will be shown but the record is not created.
Any ideas? Thanks.
@Marco I am using the 2012+ provider. Maybe about a year back I was using the older provider (my AD DNS was running on Windows 2008 R2), I upgraded them to 2012 R2 and I then updated the ServiceIDs in dbo.ServiceItems to reflect the new ServiceID.
Ever since then (even in Websitepanel) I have been experiencing problems with sub domains. Are there any logs we can check etc.?
I do remember previously (before I had this problem) that it creates a similar top level domain.
An update on the issue:
Trevor has fixed the bug in the source code.
I expect to release an 1.0.4 beta within the next 2 weeks which will contain this fix and several other fixes reported.
If it’s an urgent issue i can also compile a custom 1.0.3 package for you so you can apply it right now. (so please let me know if it’s needed or if 2 weeks wait is fine)
@marco , thanks for this. Do you think it is suitable to upgrade to 1.0.4 beta? Or should we wait for the final release. I kinda need to use this feature now. Currently the domains are created in Standard Primary mode which doesnt synchronize across our DNS servers. Thanks.
@marco , I upgraded to 1.1.1 and tested the sub domain feature.
- The sub domain actually gets created as a new zone which is GREAT! (so this part works)
- Within the parent domain a secondary object is created (much like the one I reported in the first post.
I then proceeded to try to delete the sub domain, and whilst the zone was deleted, this secondary object was not deleted.
Is there a setting that needs to be activated to stop this secondary object from being created?
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